yale joel was an american photographer who started taking pictures at the age of 19. he was a combat photographer during WWII and eventually became a staff photographer at LIFE magazine. he died in 2006 at the age of 87
i am mesmerized by the header on the part & parcel website
luciano noble is one of my favourite portrait photographers
all images © luciano noble (aka lou o’bedlam)
i literally do not have the words to describe this flat, but that’s okay because i think the photos tell you everything
many of the images i’m drawn to lately are some shade of pink, even though it’s not a colour i readily introduce into the scheme of my own life (psh, i don’t really have a scheme)
i’m going to have to set aside some time to browse through UGArdener‘s almost 8000 photos on flickr, because they are literally what i imagine heaven to be like – beautiful houses, amazing gardens, huge old trees – ranging from towns in the southern states of the US through to country gardens in england. his own garden is incredible, too.
marc jacobs’ resort 2011 collection is a polka dot sixties stewardessesque feast.
tauba auerbach manipulates large pieces of raw canvas into various configurations through folding or rolling. she then lays the canvas out flat and paints its surface with an industrial spray gun aimed at different angles to achieve a trompe l’oeil effect… examine the works’ surfaces closely and you find that they are perfectly flat, the apparent deformations skillfully spray-painted on.